If you are looking at revamping or looking at freshening up your home in Essex or Herts then it’s all about maximising your interior look this Autumn and winter and incorporating heavy patterned wallpaper and boldly coloured rooms.
This wallpaper is a prime example, if you are old enough to remember the popular bamboo leaf wallpaper design which adorned most fashionable interiors during that time they you will see that these latest designs add a modern twist to 80’s interior styling (above).
Teal has remained popular in interiors for the past couple of years, however rather than just painting one accent wall it’s about painting cornicing, ceilings, walls, skirt boards, door frames and doors in one section of a room and to make it look its best and contrasting this with white walls.
Bring your interior up to date by adding some colour block designs into cushions, sofa fabric or bedding – if you want to go the whole hog you could wallpaper your walls, it comes in various colours from bolder shades to more subtle pastel tones.
Tribal patterns are still in vogue but there has been a shift away from the intricate colours that have been popular to a monochrome look. Introduce this style into your rugs, runners, cushions and curtains to give your home an up to date look.
If you are considering revamping your flooring or kitchen or bathroom then geometric mosaic patterns are bang on trend. The website Zazzle have a huge selection of these tiles from teal green tessellating patterns to Moroccan mosaic tiles. If you are feeling very adventurous how about this abstract yellow and grey tile, designed by Christy Clear and available to buy on the Zazzle website.